Andrea Marchesini's painting returns a translated autobiography, a translated idea of what the artist is and how he perceives himself in relation to the world: body and thought in the flow of that continuous evolution proper to the human species.
That's why the roundup of types, i Frankenstein 2.0 of the most recent pictorial production, can already be considered ancestors of Generation Beyond, a Generation Beyond where the beyond indicates the continuous tension of humanity to overcome itself: not following a hierarchical direction of ascent as an end in itself but an evolutionary / spiritual sense. A higher stage reachable through a deconstructive phase followed by a constructive one. Gives the destroying part a the building - as Nietzsche would say, from which Marchesini lets himself be inspired - something is born, someone, that did not exist before, generating from pieces of a puzzle reshuffled on purpose with the intention of witnessing the birth of those that the artist defines, note, "Contemporary Frankensteins", beings in continuous meditation / reflection and struggling to face their own growth path.
From the text The Shape of Inner Forms by Francesca di Giorgio